Amans Paradise Hotels
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It's Wednesday! I woke up this morning and looked down at my feet. It looked like my feet were attacked by a swarm of Mosquitos last night. When I showed my mom, she thought it might be fleas or bed bug bites! Good thing for malaria pills. Only in Africa! So we switched rooms ...
... in a church with limited resources and only one teacher. I immediately connected with the project, enjoying doing some teaching again and getting to know new kids, if only briefly. The teaching has been a challenge, since the kids don't really know any English, but my Swahili has improved enough that we got by. It has been fun inventing exciting ways to teach the children involving going outdoors and using movement and active learning. The weekends have been as ...
... tour?” hrrrm, about nine kilometers to go, all up hill. Oh, gawd! We were shocked, thinking he was joking, or lying, or just really terrible at estimating distance because that couldn’t possibly be enjoyable... On we trudge, riding and stopping every few hundred meters because it was just so steep and so hard. Quitters we were not. Danica ended up walking most of the nine kilometers (due to a very sore bum/vagina) and together we fumbled our way up the mountain in ...
... Mudy, to pick me up at the airport. He was very friendly and expressed his sincere gratitude when I told him I was there to volunteer. By the time we reached the BnB he had offered to take me to the hot springs for free while I was in town! Already making friends! When I got to the Hibiscus I was led to a beautiful huge room with a desk and my very own bathroom! That is a huge step up from the hostels! I unpacked and tried to fight ...
... some of them were fascinated by the sequins on my shirt. At the Masai market, we bought a new Christmas ornament. Then it was time to say goodbye and go to some hot springs.
The hot springs were like an oasis; the water was crystal clear and shiny blue, there was a fun swing to jump into the water from, and nobody else was there. We had a fun and interesting day today and await lots more. Next up: Safari!